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Unformatted text preview: you.) J'aurais fait un gteau, si j'avais su que tu venais. (I would have baked a cake, if I had known you were coming.) In conditional sentences, si always means if. When si means whether, it may be followed by any tense, just as in English: Savez-vous si elle travaillera demain? (Do you know if she will work tomorrow?) Je ne savais pas s'il le ferait. (I didn't know whether he would do it.)...
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- Fall '07